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Manual Reference Pages  -  LORDSAWAR-GAME-HOST-CLIENT (6)

NAME

lordsawar-game-host-client - administer or query a game host server

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description

SYNOPSIS

lordsawar-game-host-client [OPTION...] HOST

DESCRIPTION

A command-line tool to manage a LordsAWar! game host server located at HOST. Start hosting new games, stop hosting games, or ask it for a list of hosted games.
-p, --profile ID
  Use this identity to make requests to the remote server. The ID looks like a guid.
-h, --host FILE
  Ask the server to host a new game. This command uploads FILE to the remote server begins a new game with it. FILE is .map scenario file.
-u, --unhost ID
  Ask the server to stop hosting a game. The ID looks like a guid.
-p, --port NUMBER
  Connect to the remote server on the given port.
-t, --terminate
  Ask the server to stop. The games continue to be hosted, but our ability to control them (or host new games), goes away until the server starts back up.
-r, --reload
  Ask the server to reload it’s list of hosted games from disk.
-l, --list Ask the server to show a list of games it is hosting.
-?, --help Give this help list.
When --profile is not specified, the first profile in profiles.xml is used by default. When a --port is not specified, port 22998 is assumed. When HOST is not specified on the command-line, 127.0.0.1 is assumed.

FILES

~/.lordsawarrc The configuration file.
~/.lordsawar/profiles.xml
  The data file representing the list of profiles.

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to <lordsawar-discuss@nongnu.org>.
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lordsawar 0.3.0 LORDSAWAR-GAME-HOST-CLIENT (6) June 2014

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